Duration of survival in patients with Laennec's cirrhosis. Influence of alcohol withdrawal, and possible effects of recent changes in general management of the disease
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The effect of alcohol on the choline requirement. I. Changes in the rat's liver following prolonged ingestion of alcohol
The effect of alcohol on the choline requirement. II. Incidence of renal necrosis in weanling rats following short term ingestion of alcohol
Cirrhosis and primary carcinoma of the liver; changes in their occurrence at the Boston City Hospital, 1897-1954
THE NATURAL HISTORY OF CIRRHOSIS. II. THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL AND PRIOR HEPATITIS ON PATHOLOGY AND PROGNOSIS
Advances in the application of biochemical tests to diseases of the liver and biliary tract: their role in diagnosis, prognosis, and the elucidation of pathogenetic mechanisms
Indication of liver transplantation in severe alcoholic liver cirrhosis: quantitative evaluation and optimal timing
Isosorbide mononitrate and propranolol compared with propranolol alone for the prevention of variceal rebleeding
Pattern of necrosis in acute viral hepatitis. Prognostic value of bridging (subacute hepatic necrosis)
Use of hemodynamic selection criteria in the management of cirrhotic patients with portal hypertension
Are increases in treatment levels and Alcoholics Anonymous membership large enough to reduce liver cirrhosis rates?
Assessing gender interactions in the prediction of mortality in alcoholic men and women: a 20-year follow-up study
Changing pattern of alcoholic liver disease in Great Britain: relation to sex and signs of autoimmunity
Studies in alcoholic liver disease in Britain. I. Clinical and pathological patterns related to natural history
Liver transplantation for chronic liver disease: advances and controversies in an era of organ shortages
Drinking status of heavy drinkers detected by arrival time parametric imaging using sonazoid-enhanced ultrasonography: study of two cases
Effects of paracentesis on hemodynamic parameters and respiratory function in critically ill patients
Effects of antibiotics on expression and function of Toll-like receptors 2 and 4 on mononuclear cells in patients with advanced cirrhosis
Reductions in liver cirrhosis mortality and morbidity in Canada: demographic differences and possible explanations
Histological parameters and alcohol abstinence determine long-term prognosis in patients with alcoholic liver disease
Main drivers of outcome differ between short term and long term in severe alcoholic hepatitis: A prospective study
Management and treatment of patients with cirrhosis and portal hypertension: recommendations from the Department of Veterans Affairs Hepatitis C Resource Center Program and the National Hepatitis C Program
Ten-year alcohol consumption typologies and trajectories of C-reactive protein, interleukin-6 and interleukin-1 receptor antagonist over the following 12 years: a prospective cohort study
A randomized controlled trial of ursodeoxycholic acid in patients with alcohol-induced cirrhosis and jaundice
Alcoholic Liver Disease: Alcohol Metabolism, Cascade of Molecular Mechanisms, Cellular Targets, and Clinical Aspects
Sclerotherapy for male alcoholic cirrhotic patients who have bled from esophageal varices: results of a randomized, multicenter clinical trial. The Veterans Affairs Cooperative Variceal Sclerotherapy Group
Tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase is increased in the serum of precirrhotic and cirrhotic alcoholic patients and can serve as a marker of fibrosis
Epidemiology and clinical course of liver diseases: identification of candidates for hepatic transplantation
Alcohol-related cirrhosis--early abstinence is a key factor in prognosis, even in the most severe cases
High doses of beta-blockers and alcohol abstinence improve long-term rebleeding and mortality in cirrhotic patients after an acute variceal bleeding
Effect of abstinence from alcohol on survival of patients with alcoholic cirrhosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Five-year survival predictive factors in patients with excessive alcohol intake and cirrhosis. Effect of alcoholic hepatitis, smoking and abstinence
Hepatic microsomal ethanol-oxidizing system (MEOS): increased activity following propylthiouracil administration
Clinical but not histological factors predict long-term prognosis in patients with histologically advanced non-decompensated alcoholic liver disease
Analysis of the deterioration rates of liver function in cirrhosis, based on galactose elimination capacity
Assessment of prognostic factors in alcoholic liver disease: toward a global quantitative expression of severity
Ten year survival rate of 131 patients with liver cirrhosis excluded the association of liver carcinoma at the establishment of diagnosis
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